The Economic Times
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Ranveer Allahbadia, 23, always knew he did not want to become a doctor. His father Gautam is one, as is his mother Swati, and his paternal grandparents and an uncle as well. The Allahbadia family house in Five Gardens in Wadala, Mumbai, even has a mini clinic on the ground floor. Allahbadia studied engineering at DJ Sanghvi College of Engineering in the western suburb of Vile Parle. A health freak, he is also a fitness trainer. In his last year in college, the entrepreneurship bug bit Allahbadia and he worked on an idea for “Uber for Fitness Trainers”. His partner was Binny Sridharan, his fitness coach. The duo looked for investors even as they were fine-tuning the concept. That search ended pretty soon when a prospective angel bluntly told them that for the Uber-for-fitness idea to work, one of them had to become famous. Allahbadia took the advice in all seriousness, and set out in search of fame.
BBC News 24
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the last couple of days! So that feature is the warmest place in the UK? Yes, Aboyne in Aberdeenshire. The warmest day we have had so far this year. It was also pretty warm for the north-west of.
Sky News
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That should be pretty interesting, I would think. Definitely one to watch. One man has been killed and another injured by a gunman on a double-decker bus on the Las Vegas Strip. The shooting, which took place near the Cosmopolitan hotel and casino, led to a stand off that lasted hours
BBC News 24
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Yes, we have 43,000 members now I think in 110 countries. It is pretty international. We are all under the same sky. And a little app. There are people spotting it around the world. Clouds are changing? We hear a lot about climate change. Is it changing or... It is inconclusive as.
BBC News 24
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the weather? Looking pretty good, Rachel, a decent day for Mother's Day. For most of us, we will have these blue, sunny skies. This was seen them to us yesterday from Aboyne in Aberdeenshire. Here we saw temperatures up to 19.1 C. The warmest we have seen all year. New marks being.
Sky News
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separate the two. When somebody says, it is an act of terrorism, it takes it to a different level. I want to look at him and he was violent and slashing people's aces and causing violent act back in 2000. He was pretty and prison.
BoingBoing
2 hours
The captions and the notes are pretty similar, but you do get extra content in the captions and you get to see them in situ. I've been using closed captioning on my TV recently and have been delighted to see how much additional information you actually get: background conversations you would never hear, song titles and lyrics, and wonderful sound and scene descriptions like "sexual gasping." So, it's great to discover another instance of CC being useful.
BBC News 24
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making it the warmest day of the year so far, closely followed by west Wales, Northern Ireland and into Cumbria. We'll see similar temperatures again on Sunday. But it's pretty cold out there at the moment, especially underneath that high pressure where we've got no wind to speak of
BBC News 24
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sunshine to come on Sunday. These were Saturday's blue skies, taken by a Weather Watcher in Aboyne, Aberdeenshire. Here, the temperature rose to 19.1 Celsius, making it the warmest day of the year so far, closely followed by west Wales, Northern Ireland and into Cumbria. We'll see similar temperatures again on Sunday. But it's pretty cold out there at the moment, especially underneath that high pressure where we've got no wind.
BBC News 24
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These were Saturday's blue skies, taken by a Weather Watcher in Aboyne, Aberdeenshire. Here, the temperature rose to 19.1 Celsius, making it the warmest day of the year so far, closely followed by west Wales, Northern Ireland and into Cumbria. We'll see similar temperatures again on Sunday. But it's pretty cold out there at the moment, especially underneath that high pressure where we've got no wind.
E! News
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BBC News 24
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Here, the temperature rose to 19.1 Celsius, making it the warmest day of the year so far, closely followed by west Wales, Northern Ireland and into Cumbria. We'll see similar temperatures again on Sunday. But it's pretty cold out there at the moment,.
BBC One London
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to nudge slowly towards us. I think on Monday it stays mostly dry. A bit more cloud around in some places, that low cloud will take some shifting across parts of north-east England and eastern Scotland. In the sunshine, again pretty warm, mid, possibly high teens
BBC One London
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across more southern and western areas during the course of Tuesday. Probably one more dry day across the north. Temperatures, the only brighter spell, despite some showers, still doing pretty well, up into the mid teens. It's only by Wednesday it looks as if.
BBC One Wales
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that low cloud will take some shifting across parts of north-east England and eastern Scotland. In the sunshine, again pretty warm, mid, possibly high teens. Where the low cloud sticks, no more than 8 or 9
BBC One Wales
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during the course of Tuesday. Probably one more dry day across the north. Temperatures, the only brighter spell, despite some showers, still doing pretty well, up into the mid teens
BBC News 24
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closely followed by west Wales, Northern Ireland and into Cumbria. We'll see similar temperatures again on Sunday. But it's pretty cold out there at the moment, especially underneath the high pressure, where we've got no wind to speak of. Maybe one or two mist and fog patches short-lived. Not as cold to the south due to the wind, but across.
Deadline
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BBC News 24
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But it is pretty cold out there at the moment, especially underneath the high pressure, where we've got no wind to speak of. Maybe a couple of mist and fog touches just shortly that. Not as cold to the south due to the wind, but across the Northern Isles where we have a touch of frost already, especially chilly in the Glens of Scotland, parts of Northern Ireland. It will warm up quickly in the sunshine
Deadline
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Daily Mail - YOU
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'If I wasnt a musician, I’m pretty sure I’d still be in the army.'
BBC News 24
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serious so I went to the window to see what was going on. -- pretty serious. It was very confusing, you couldn't see what was happening until you heard the crack of gunfire. And that was it, it was all over. U2 will know this very well, but the people watching who are not aware of this, we think of Parliament as one building, but it is a kind of rabbit warren of connected buildings and corridors.
BBC News 24
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championships, and now they're not making it easy for themselves. They're lost 2-nil to Bulgaria in Group A. Delev with both goals. It puts netherlands back down into 4th in Group A. Sweden had gone top earlier in the day after beating Belarus 4-nil, but France are sitting pretty having beating Luxembourg 3-1. In group B - Switzerland still top the group having beaten latvia.
BBC News 24
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intense. Altogether, pretty chaotic, really. Judging from what we can see behind you, you have the ambulance on one side and on the other side we can see the.